Archive for December, 2005
If you’ve been educated stupid, but don’t appreciate being reminded of it, Dan Winter’s Sacred Geometry & Coherent Emotion-HeartTuner + BlissTuner might be a sweeter dose of medicine:
Scale Invariance (‘Global Scaling’) is key to gravity and making life BECAUSE self-similarity (embedability) enables (non-destructive) COMPRESSION (/ fusion / collapse )
What Dan Winter has done is develop the power spectra tools to optimize / teach this….-
The perfectly coherent FRACTAL HEART is self-similar… A HOLARCHY.
In an Ozark backwater with little in the way of entertainment or distractions, the Dover Lights overlook is a popular hangout for kids. The light show happens with spooky regularity; some locals claim they’ve seen the lights hundreds of times.
Below the bluff is an untouched green Arkansas valley, with densely wooded mountains rising to the west. According to eyewitness reports and local legend, the lights “come out” when called.
Excellent story of Arkansas’ “Dover Lights.” Also worth a look is the original story from the Russellville Courier.
Watch! Feliz Navidog: The Movie
It was another festive holiday season at The Desert Command. The liquor cabinet was restocked, the turkey was less dry than usual, and treats abounded. Mexican TeeVee saved the day for Christmas programming.
New Year’s Celebrations in less than a week. 2006 ya’ll.
It sounds good in principle: shifting from gasoline taxes to “road user fees”, where you pay more for using popular roads at rush hour, and less for using the road less taken. But is this really about taxes, or is the US government more interested in tracking your car’s every move to see if you’re a terrorist?